Board of Directors
Bill started working at the ski hill in highschool when it was run by the Rec Dept. Later, with three kids snowboarding, he and his wife Dawn ran the base station every Sunday for 5 years. Bill's experience with heavy machinery, made him a natural fit for maintenance and grooming, and he eventually joined the board. Even though his kids are grown, he enjoys volunteering for everyone else’s children. "Seeing the look on the kids' faces reminds me of when my children were young. I hope to be helping keep it going for many many more years."
Student board member
Hannah started volunteering to stay warm during her son's ski lessons, but quickly found out how much fun it was to make hot chocolate, and run the lift. Being involved with the ski hill has been her antidote for getting through the winter. There's nothing better than seeing familiar, happy faces in the lift line.
I began with the Brattleboro Ski Hill as a freshman in high school and a student board member for LMPSS. I have previously served as the Secretary in 2017, and President in 2018/2020. I have been local to the Brattleboro region all of my life and love winter sports. I believe in this program because of the safe winter sports opportunities it provides the youth of our area all winter long.
I joined the board because I have done quite a lot of skiing here and have really enjoyed volunteering the past couple of seasons. I started skiing at the Brattleboro Ski Hill when I was in 4th grade and have enjoyed it since then. When I was in 8th grade I started volunteering and it has kind of taken off from there. This season it was especially satisfying to see how many people were able to use the ski hill.
My family and I moved to Brattleboro from Eugene, OR in 2013. We quickly discovered Winter is pretty darn fun here in the East. We got here and the kids quickly discovered skiing and riding. I got tired of just standing around waiting for them to come down the Hill, so I got some skis of my own. That led to more time at the Hill and a great appreciation for the social and physical treasures it provides for our town. I learned a long time ago that "Someone has to put the party on", and being part of it just makes it more fun (usually)!
Hi I'm Amy! I have lived and worked here in Brattleboro for the past 14 years and I am so grateful to call this community my home. Both my boys have grown up here and naturally first learned to ski and snowboard at 'the hill'. Its been a gift to watch them connect with friends and participate in the something fun during winter months. I do not come from a family of skiers but have enjoyed cheering them on (not too loudly) from the bottom of the hill and I can only hope their love of the sport will only deepen.